The Attorney-General's Department of the Australian Government announced the Privacy Act 1988 will come under a wide-ranging review to "ensure privacy settings empower consumers, protect their data and best serve the Australian economy." Areas under review include the potential addition of a right of action or statutory tort, as well as the effectiveness of the data breach notification scheme and enforcement actions. The government has also opened a public consultation period. The deadline is Nov. 29.
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